ENTERPRISING EXCHANGE ACCADEMY (EEA)
Enterprise Exchange Academy
Teaching the entrepreneurs of the future
The European Union needs new entrepreneurs for its economy and its society to thrive. Young business people need to be encouraged, developed and supported, and the sooner an interest in enterprise can be awakened the better. The
The project comprises five partners from the
The key result is that 120 young people have been given the opportunity to improve their enterprise knowledge and skills. The learning materials used in the project are available for delivery to all schools, providing a unique resource to allow more youngsters to benefit.
A critical part of the workshops for the younger age group is the teaching of techniques to encourage creativity, which results in students producing innovative ideas with the potential to develop. Both sets of workshops include training on how to develop an idea through market analysis and financial profiling and on articulating an idea effectively to an audience.
“We are delighted that when the young people completed evaluation sheets after each workshop their comments were positive,” said Anthony Inga of Business Link Solutions. “The feedback indicated that what the project had been trying to achieve for the participants had been achieved.”
Looking ahead, the project’s workshop materials will be made available to all schools in the
“The key result is that 120 young people have been given the opportunity to improve their enterprise knowledge and skills.”
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